Amadeus recently supports the EU in the ‘Low Season Tourism Initiative’.

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What difference does it make when Amadeus joins the European Commission in a tourism project?

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According to Breaking Travel News, Amadeus has now supported the European Commission in its intensive campaign that will look at actions to enhance the competitiveness of the tourism sector through the stimulation of the travel flow between European and South American countries ("Amadeus Joins with EU for 'Low Season Tourism' Initiative"). The pilot initiative follows up on the 2010 Communication on Tourism, which calls on the European Commission to combat seasonality, stimulate the creation of employment, strengthen the image of Europe, and cooperate with third countries.

Below is a short excerpt from the article:
 

This will be achieved by promoting travel in particular in the respective low seasons of Europe and South America, utilising the available spare airline and accommodation capacity thus benefiting the local economy of the host destinations.
 

On the whole, this is welcome news to the travel industry.  A lot of possible changes will be seen in the near future for Europe, which will make significant developments to world travel, correspondingly.
 

So support the ‘Low Season Tourism Initiative’ for Europe!

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